Monday, December 8, 2008

Vocational Travel to Rwanda



Vocational Travel to Rwanda
Friday, December 12
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "World Travel" talks, listen to an interview with Dawn Davis and Ralph Baard of People to People Citizen Ambassador Program that was created by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. For professionals, they will explain about unique travel opportunities that can promote career development and international goodwill. One of the sites to consider is Rwanda, Africa.

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HeartMath: Strengthening the Head-to-Heart Connection
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Catherine VanWetter talk about the tools developed by the HeartMath Institute that is the global leader in scientific research on the emotional intelligence of the heart in connection to the mind for your health and well-being.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Pre-Recording, Click on This: Episode 51




A Journey Well Taken, Life After Loss (Part 2)
Elaine Williams' story is about her personal and intense struggle following the illness and death of her husband of twenty years. It's not just one woman's journey, but a universal one by many going through grief and moving on. This is for Beyond 50's "Widowhood" talks.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Pre-Recording, Click on This: Episode 50




Practice Radical Forgiveness
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Shari Claire talk about how to do "Radical Forgiveness". The process is much faster than the traditional way of forgiving without delving into the stories of the past. Thousands worldwide have used it with great results. Shari will also explain about their 21-day program to forgive family, especially with the holidays coming up when families get together.

Sound SymbolTo Hear the Pre-Recording, Click on This: Episode 91



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PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Slumdog Millionaire
This is a heartwarming, rags-to-riches story of an 18-year-old orphan and street urchin named Jamal of Mumbai, India. He becomes a national icon for being a popular contestant on the East Indian version of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire". Even though he is poorly educated, he manages to answer many of the obscure questions, leading him closer to winning 20 million rupees. You'll be smiling after watching this film. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Art/Foreign, Drama, Comedy, Teen; Running Time: 2 hours)


Harvey Milk
This is a compelling film portraying the first openly gay official (in photo at left) in California. A colorful and energetic leader, Harvey Milk served for 11 months as a City Supervisor and was responsible for passing a stringent gay rights ordinance to help his disenfranchised community. He and San Francisco Mayor Gorge Moscone were murdered by City Supervisor Dan White who had resigned and wanted his job back. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Drama, History; Running Time: 128 min.)


Whaledreamers
A film by Julian Lennon, it was financed through him in an angry response to a surprise decision by the Japanese government to resume whaling. It beautifully shows the return of an aboriginal tribe from the edge of extinction and the equally, long journey of the whales, not only to survive the slaughter by man, but to engage the human race into waking up in time. (Available on DVD; Genre: Documentary, Drama; Running Time: 1 hr., 21 min.)



Beyond 50's Top Movie Picks of 2008:

A Man Named Pearl, Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days, Blindsight, Constantine's Sword, Encounters at the End of the World, I.O.U.S.A., Man on a Wire, Mongol, Music from the Inside Out, Persepolis, The Laya Project, and Up the Yangtze.


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